What is Appraised Value?

Appraised Value in Relation to HUD 232 Loans

The appraised value is the assessed value of a property at a certain point in time based on the opinion of a qualified appraiser. This value is a factor used by financial institutions in pricing and mortgage pre-qualification. For certain properties, the appraised value is the stabilized NOI (net operating income) divided by a market capitalization rate.

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